De Tomaso

Racing Model: 1972 De Tomaso Pantera GTS

Like many Italian sports cars, the De Tomaso Pantera enjoyed a long production life. The first cars rolled out of the factory in Modena, Italy, in 1971. The final example appeared in 1992. Our feature car is a 1972… more»

Life-Long Love: 1972 De Tomaso Pantera

When he was a young boy, the owner of this 1972 De Tomaso Pantera spotted the car sitting on the showroom floor at his local Lincoln/Mercury dealer. It was love at first sight, and, decades later, he parked the… more»

Italian Stallion: 1972 De Tomaso Pantera

Panteras were built by Italian car maker De Tomaso and imported to the U.S. by Ford in two series: the cars built from 1970 through August 1972, with small chrome bumpers, and the L, for “Lusso” aka luxury, with… more»

Wrecked Exotic: 1971 De Tomaso Pantera

This 1971 De Tomaso Pantera is a major project car, having been heavily damaged at a track event and left to roll around on a dolly ever since. You may ask why it makes sense to repair a car… more»

Early Import: 1971 De Tomaso Pantera

The mid-engined De Tomaso Pantera was the perfect combination of Italian style and road-holding with a dose of raw American muscle from its Ford small-block V8. The Pantera, Italian for “Panther,” debuted in Modena, Italy in March 1970 and… more»

World’s Greatest Hybrid? 1972 De Tomaso Pantera

Long before the word “hybrid” meant gasoline-electric, it referred to a beautiful European body gently wrapped around a ravening beast of an American V8. Presented for your consideration today is an example of what might be the best-known Italian… more»

Exotic Shed Find: 1974 De Tomaso Pantera

De Tomaso Automobili was founded by Argentinian Alejandro De Tomaso in Italy. From 1971-92, they built the exotic Pantera, a mid-engine sports car that was also sold at Lincoln-Mercury dealers in the U.S. in the early-to-mid 1970s. The Cleveland… more»

1 of 73: 1971 De Tomaso Pantera

The Pantera was a mid-engine sports car produced by De Tomaso in Italy from 1971-92. They were available in the U.S. for about five years through a partnership with Ford. Most of the cars were powered by Ford’s 351… more»

Three De Tomaso Panteras Found In A Barn!

The Pantera was a mid-engine sports car produced by De Tomaso in Italy from 1971-92. They were available in the U.S. for about five years through a partnership with Ford. Most of the cars were powered by 351 cubic… more»

10K Original Miles: 1973 DeTomaso Pantera

This 1973 DeTomaso Pantera is claimed to be a low-mileage survivor with just over 10,000 actual miles, according to the seller. The paint is a welcome change of pace from the whites and blacks many Panteras were, and an… more»

Pocket Rocket: 1985 Innocenti De Tomaso Turbo

Today, when somebody mentions the word “hybrid” in connection to motor vehicles, the first vehicle that will pop into the heads of most people, is the Toyota Prius. Well, why not the Innocenti Turbo De Tomaso? Alright, technically this… more»

Exotic Barn Find: 1974 De Tomaso Pantera

It never ceases to amaze me what shows up on Facebook Marketplace. To see a vintage supercar like the De Tomaso Pantera listed on a site that tends to cater to beaters and poorly modified teenagers’ cars, is a… more»

Award Winner: 1974 De Tomaso Pantera

We have seen some nice Panteras here at Barn Finds in recent times, but this car definitely rates as one of the nicest. It has won numerous awards at different shows, including a Best Award at a show featuring… more»

13k Original Miles: 1972 De Tomaso Pantera

Following on from the much-maligned Mangusta, the Pantera represented a leap forward for De Tomaso in the design and engineering of a classic Italian sports car. It still possessed plenty of flaws, but these were nowhere near as bad… more»

Crashed in ’82: 1974 De Tomaso Longchamp

Our favorite seller that holds the world record for wrecked Porsche 356s in inventory has revealed yet another prize from its salvaged stash, this time with a 1974 De Tomaso Longchamp. Seriously, is there any slice of exotica they… more»

Parked in 1976: 1970 De Tomaso Mangusta

Are you sitting down? Good. It isn’t often here at Barn Finds that we have a project car in need of complete restoration that comes with a six-figure asking price, but that is precisely what we have with this… more»